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Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone, Third District
37600 Sky Canyon Drive, Murrieta, CA 92563

Riverside County Third District Supervisor Jeff Stone can be found at his French Valley office when not working outMore of his Hemet or Riverside offices.

A friendly staff of legislative assistants is on hand in the office, which is located at the French Valley Airport. Assistance in resolving county issues is available for constituents of district three.

Stone is in the second year of his second four-year term as county supervisor. The third district is comprised of Canyon Lake, Hemet, Menifee, Murrieta, San Jacinto and Temecula, along with 18 unincorporated communities.

He previously served as a Temecula City councilman and mayor.

De Luz Community Services District
41606 Date St, Murrieta, CA 92562
De Luz Community Services District serves property owners in an unincorporated area west of Temecula and near the SantaMore Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve. The district board is comprised of elected officials, who oversee road construction and maintenance, improvement permits, garbage collection, extended police protection, traffic control and growth. Its offices are located on Date Street in Murrieta, where meetings are held the third Wednesday of each month.
Kevin Jeffries, State Assemblyman
41391 Kalmia St, Murrieta, CA 92562

California State Assemblyman Kevin Jeffries (R-Lake Elsinore) decided to make his home office in Murrieta for itsMore central location. Re-elected to his third and final term representing the 66th district, which stretches from San Bernardino County to Eastern San Diego County, Jeffries and his staff can be reached in the Rancon building.

The primary purpose of the office is to act as a liaison between constituents and state agencies, according to Jeffries' Chief of Staff, Jeff Greene.

Warm Springs Middle School
39245 Calle de Fortuna, Murrieta, CA 92563

Warm Springs Middle School, the home of the Wildcats, was the third middle school to be built in the Murrieta ValleyMore Unified School District. It opened in in 2002, and the first students helped choose the mascot and school colors of blue and white.Students at Warm Springs study core subjects with regular, advanced and intervention levels in each area. According to the school's mission statement, "...multiple teaching styles will be employed as a means of reaching all learners."

Academics are enriched by exploratory classes such as band and choir, along with an array of student organizations and clubs. There is an optional afterschool program, the Wildcat Den. Elementary schools that feed into Warm Springs are Buchanan and Alta Murrieta. Warm Springs students go on to attend Vista Murrieta High School.

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